***Update 3/12: This event has been cancelled due to public health concerns over coronavirus / COVID-19. More details are here.****

Join us for local coffee and breakfast, networking, and a look ahead. We’ll celebrate what we, our partners and businesses in our district have been doing in the neighborhood. At Greater Egleston High School’s great multi-purpose space. Enter at 80 School Street on the left side of the Father Jack Roussin Center, 3134 Washington Street, Roxbury.

RSVP here:

We’ll share a look ahead with the small businesses, entrepreneurs, community organizations, residents, educators, artists, local government and many others that make Egleston Square great.

¡Actívate! Get involved:

Find out how you can support our mission to build community, strengthen our business district, revitalize our public spaces, and create an Egleston Square where all small businesses can thrive.

Know your neighborhood:

  • Network with neighbors and people from all sectors
  • Get ALL the coffee along with breakfast treats from local businesses
  • Hear a report back on the Summit for a Safe and Healthy Egleston and the One Egleston initiative of the newly forming Egleston Square Merchants Association
  • See a special screening of an episode of Paloma Valenzuela’s The Pineapple Diaries produced in collaboration with Egleston Square Main Street
  • Find out about the renovation of the Egleston Square Peace Garden and how you can get involved
  • Welcome our new board members and officers
  • Join one of our action teams and find out about other volunteer opportunities

Open to the public. Donations encouraged. All are welcome.

Parking is very limited. Walking and public transportation encouraged.

About us:

Egleston Square Main Street is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. We accomplish our mission through neighborhood initiatives, projects, monthly events and ongoing small business assistance made possible by the partnership and support of individual donors, sponsors, funders and the City of Boston.

Join us to create and preserve a vibrant, culturally and economically equitable neighborhood where small businesses can thrive!